Students now have an opportunity to explore a path for more experience in electronics hardware. Student who wish to further explore digital electronics and programming of devices, can now do so in the form of a Digital Electronics minor.
Digital Electronics Minor Requirements
E T 190. Applied Circuits 3 cr.
Application of Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff’s laws, and Thevenin’s theorems to the analysis of AC and DC passive circuits. Electronic circuit topics are introduced.
Corequisite: MATH 190G
E T 282. Digital Electronics 4 cr. (3+3P)
Applications of digital integrated circuits, multiplexers, counters, arithmetic circuits, and microprocessors.
Prerequisite: E T 182. Pre/Corequisite: E T 190.
E T 344. Microcomputer Systems 3 cr.
Microcomputer and/or microcontroller systems applications and architectures with a software emphasis using assembly language programming.
Prerequisite: E T 182. Pre/Corequisite: E T 262.
E T 362. Software Technology II 3 cr.
A continuation of topics from E T 262 that are directed toward more advanced software development. Topics include problem analysis, object oriented, structured logic, and development concepts. Prerequisite: E T 262.
E T 398. Digital Systems 3 cr. (2+3P)
Advanced analysis and design of digital systems using state machine logic, programming of logic devices, implementation and testing.
Prerequisite: E T 282. Pre/Corequisite: E T 362.
E T 444. Hardware and Software Senior Design 3 cr. (3+3P)
The design, development, implementation, documentation and formal demonstration of a microprocessor-based application to solve an engineering problem. Emphasis on microprocessor architectural concepts and software interfacing. A student project is required.
Prerequisite(s): E T 344 and E T 398.